Who's got the Button ? :up:
If that had been Ferrari with team orders, there would be protests left and right, especially from the armchair quarterbacks and Ferrari haters here on the boardTeam orders. It makes sense from a team perspective, but it's got to be really tough for the driver (seems like it's always Barrichelo, doesn't it ?) But you know what, he's paid well and at the end of the day he has little to complain about, compared to most anybody else in the world. And I'm sure he knows it.
Yes, I agree with you about that (both comments). Regarding the first one, face it though, they were an easy target and in many cases the criticism was/is justified. And re: team orders, I wasn't really trying to defend them so much as to say it's understandable that they exist, and they most likely always will.If that had been Ferrari with team orders, there would be protests left and right, especially from the armchair quarterbacks and Ferrari haters here on the board
I agree with the post above about the idiotic mistakes that Ferrari is making. What the hell? It's one thing to have a slower car but this crap is just NOT NECESSARY :wallbang: